Somebody Gonna Get A Hurt Real Bad
Russell Peters began his show with a classic: a video montage of the fan-favourite joke about his dad, his friend Ryan, and the virtue of beating your kids. The vid was culled from his past shows during his world tour.
So far, he’s been to Vancouver, India, the UAE, Australia, and even a U.S. aircraft carrier. And his act was peppered with the things he learned while he was away from home.
But now he’s back. Back to Toronto. Back to Brampton, because we all know, All Roads Lead to Brampton.
He was in fine form, delivering one-liners at breakneck speed. The 15,000 people who filled the Air Canada Centre were laughing their asses off at “laughing their eyes off.” The two hours flew right by.
He pondered on the cheapness of his people, argued for the guy with the little penis, and made fun of every single nationality in the house.
Therein lies his greatest talent. The man has an ear and a tongue for languages. More accurately, growing up with cosmopolitan Toronto, he mastered accents. He can do any accent from Chinese, West Indian, Jamaican, Filipino, Guyanese, Canadian, Spanish, Italian, and of course, Indian.
He made fun of everyone. Even deaf people. And it was freakin’ hilarious. But you don’t need me to tell you just how funny he is. You already know. And if you don’t, Google his name. Go to YouTube and search for vids of his act. You’ll bawl over laughing. Promise.
If you’re already a fan, a true fan, you’ll watch him tonight. If you don’t, somebody gonna…